Kambwili still bitter, says Komaki
By OSCAR MALIPENGA EXPELLED Roan member of Parliament Chishimba Kambwili is still a bitter person following his expulsion from the party and dismissal from cabinet, Patriotic Front (PF) youth zealot Julius Komaki has observed.
And Mr Komaki has observed that cabinet ministers were not doing enough to defend President Edgar Lungu and decisions made during their cabinet meetings.
In an interview with the Daily Nation, Mr Komaki suggested that the best way to deal with Mr Kambwili was by defending President Lungu and all the decisions made during cabinet meeting.
He said Mr Kambwili was a coward for attacking cabinet decisions which were made when he was in government.
Mr Komaki said there was no need for Copperbelt Minister Bowman Lusambo and his Lands counterpart Jean Kapata to have engaged Mr Kambwili in such a manner on Tuesday last week at Parliament grounds.
He said MPs should concentrate on defending and explaining cabinet decisions in their constituencies.
He observed that most of the issues Mr Kambwili was raising such as the construction of the LusakaNdola dual carriageway and the 42 fire tenders must have been approved by cabinet but that line ministries had not done enough to defend themselves.
Meanwhile, Mr Komaki has advised Transport and Communications Minister Brian Mushimba to review his decision to ban all public minibuses without seatbelts from operating from January 2018.
He said the decision by Mr Mushimba would make PF unpopular.
“Imagine, how people own minibuses and how many would have their buses parked for not having seatbelts…a lot of people will be suffering.” Mr Komaki said.
He minister of Lands to withdraw the ban on exportation of Mukula logs.
Mr. Kambwili Mr. Komaki